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  • Investment Casting
    surface finish 449-450,461-462 Synergistic exposure effects 224 Tablet degassing, health and safety... ...385 Thin sections, casting 168, 174, 347, 429 Thixotropy and plastic behaviour, ceramic slurry 87 Threads, casting 347... ...and difficulties 367-368 aerospace applications 406 for dentistry...
  • Machining with Abrasives
    Abstract This chapter presents the recent developments of polishing technologies which are relevant to practical applications, including robotic polishing of aerospace parts, mirror surface finishing of brittle solids, and microbore and free-form surface polishing. ...work surfaces and flexible abrasive tools, such as belts and films, free abrasives and abrasive slurry flow.
  • Melt Infiltrated Ceramic Matrix Composites for Shrouds and Combustor Liners of Advanced Industrial Gas Turbines
    Slurry cast MI shrouds were also procured from Honeywell Advanced Composite, Inc. (CCP) and from Goodrich Aerospace in early 2001. ...would require divulging highly proprietary information, and thus only a description of the finished shrouds and their...
  • ZCP1996ITSC911
    3 Surface Protections for Water Turbines, Slurry Erosion & Cavitation Erosion, Water and Gas Turbines, P 90... 4 Unger, R. H. and Grossklaus, W. D., Jr., 28th Annual Aerospace /Airline Plating & Metal Finishing Forum & Exposition, San Diego, April 20-23, 1992, SAE Technical Paper Series 920 931.
  • http://ammtiac.alionscience.com//pdf/AMPQ7_1ART01.pdf
    Since gears are polished in a viscous slurry of ceram- ic particles and chemicals subjected to high... An example of the expected change in surface finish resulting from Superfinish processing is as follows: Starting... ...Rz = 90 to 120 µin[9] Typical Final Rz = ~ 30 µin For aerospace gears, the Superfinish...
  • http://ammtiac.alionscience.com//pdf/AMPQ7_1.pdf
    Since gears are polished in a viscous slurry of ceram- ic particles and chemicals subjected to high... An example of the expected change in surface finish resulting from Superfinish processing is as follows: Starting... ...Rz = 90 to 120 µin[9] Typical Final Rz = ~ 30 µin For aerospace gears, the Superfinish...


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